More than half of Argentines believe that antisemitism still persists

53% of more than 1400 respondents in Argentina believe there is discrimination against Jews. This follows from an investigation that evaluated the attitudes towards people who profess that religion in the country and that was carried out by the Gino Germani Institute. Yesterday, authorities of the Delegation of Argentine Israelite Associations (DAIA) presented the results of that report in the CCK.

The study, which was based on a sample of 1443 cases in the main cities of the country, also shows other figures that concern: 87% are unaware or have a misconception of what Zionism is; 61% agree with the prejudice of the "influence" of Jews in international markets, and 47% consider that the members of the community are the first to turn their backs on the needy.

Source: lanacion